Donnan potential


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Donnan potential

[′dän·ən pə‚ten·chəl]
(physical chemistry)
The potential difference across a boundary between two electrolytic solutions in Donnan equilibrium.
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On the other hand, a capacitive energy extraction Donnan potential (CDP) device is a piece of equipment that extracts energy from the salinity gradient difference between river and sea water.
The Donnan potential occurred in the CDP device with AEM from ion flow to the capacitive electrode as cell potential.